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31 October 2014
 
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17 October 2014
 
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3 October 2014
 
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31 May 1963
 
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11 December 1964
 
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24 July 1964
 
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22 February 1974
 
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9 January 1976
 
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27 October 1978
 
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23 June 1978
 
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17 March 1989
 
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18 March 1988
 
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30 October 1987
 
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4 April 1986
 
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28 May 1999
 
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13 December 1996
 
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23 November 2007
 
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31 October 2008
 
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24 August 2012
 
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15 April 2011
 
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15 October 2010
 
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